Estepona’s DNA is steeped in traditional Andalusian charm, but what sets the city apart is the full commitment to enhancing the quality of life of its citizens by pioneering orderly, sustainable infrastructure projects. Situated on an enclave on Malaga’s Costa del Sol, Estepona is home to about 70,000 inhabitants. It is celebrated for its natural beaches, mountain landscapes, and unrivaled Mediterranean climate. The city’s efforts to renovate its historic center, in particular, capturing 50,000 meters and 120 streets, was recognized with the Andalusian Urbanism Award in 2019.
LIORA enjoys an exclusive oceanfront location at the entrance to Estepona. What’s more, the mountains directly to the north cloak the development in nature, create remarkable views of the Mediterranean landscape, and ensure sought-after privacy and protection.
Its privileged location also allows quick access by motorway to Benahavís or Marbella, which host numerous cultural, leisure, and gastronomic offerings, or Malaga and its international airport, high-speed train station, renowned golf courses, and unique museum collections.